Giorgio Rossini is a jazz singer, guitarist and music teacher.
He released as a leader the albums "About Yeats" (TRJ 2014), a jazz interpretation of some verses of the poet William Butler Yeats and "Sguardi jazz su Francesco Guccini" (TRJ 2017) in the search for a new perspective of the admirable poetics of Guccini.
He also recorded with the Trio Berti / Proietti / Rossini the CD "Choro e Dintorni" (CJE Records 2016) dedicated to the Brazilian choro.
His book "Canto jazz e improvvisazione, indagine sulla voce maschile" (Gilgamesh Edizioni 2017), is a unique analytical essay of its kind by subject matter, study and research approach, has been included among the top ten Italian jazz books in the JAZZIT Awards 2017.
Rossini was also co-author of the didactic volume "È un'altra musica" (ed. Le Monnier, Mondadori Education 2011).
Musician of solid academic background, he graduated in jazz singing with full marks and honors from Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “P. Mascagni” of Livorno; he obtained degree in classical guitar at the “L. Campiani” Mantua Conservatory of Music under the guidance of Paolo Garganese and the degree in Music Education (Didactic of Music) at the Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “O. Vecchi - A. Tonelli” of Modena.
He attended the international stage of specialization with Giulio Tampalini at the Guitar Academy of Brescia.
He deepened studies of composition, arrangement and jazz improvisation with Mauro Grossi; he studied modern singing and jazz with various teachers including Kay Foster Jackson, Anna Gotti, Betty Vittori, Maria Patti, also participating in courses, seminars, workshops and master classes with Elisabeth Howard, Albert Hera, Sheila Jordan, Jay Clayton, Bob Stoloff.